City of Rain by Hudson Owen

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“This story is beautifully told.”

It’s raining and Beistrom, a cellist doing office temp work to make ends meet, has just seen the woman of his dreams passing by on her bike during lunch hour. The race is on to find the alluring Therese before his temp assignment ends and he leaves the neighborhood empty-hearted.

He met the waitress-actress in a coffee shop beneath the Brooklyn Bridge, where they chatted briefly and made eyes at one another. Now she is gone, and no one knows her phone number or where she lives. Gone, but burning in his heart and mind, as he sallies forth at noon in the pouring rain to find her. Set in the 1990s. App. 25,000 words.


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Published July 12, 2012 75 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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